In the world of food distribution and delivery in Fort Worth and Dallas, there are clear winners and losers. The courier who transports your temperature sensitive items without proper cool packs or a refrigerated vehicle? Not a winner. The courier who is available 24/7 with the proper cooling techniques, refrigerated vehicles, and sanitized containers? Definitely a winner.
Some champs have years of winning under their belts. Dallas Courier, for example, has nearly 40 years of experience in winning in the world of food distribution and delivery in Fort Worth and the rest of the Metroplex. Consider us the New England Patriots of food delivery. (Except, maybe, this year…)
Speaking of football and food, there are also some clear winners and losers on the menu for Super Bowl Sunday. If you’re looking to keep a New Year’s Resolution, or maybe you’re just trying your best to eat right and stay healthy, you’re going to want to pay attention to this score card. Before you indulge, consider these winning (and losing) choices on your plate.
Super Bowl Menu Winners
- Chili- Full of fiber and protein, chili is usually a “win”, as long as you can forego the crunchy and creamy toppings.
- Burgers- If you go bunless, burgers are a great bet. Also high in protein, you can top with your favorites and wrap in lettuce for a low-carb version.
- Popcorn- Air popped popcorn has only 30 calories per cup. Sprinkle it with parmesan or your favorite dry wing seasoning for a kick.
- Guac- Avocado is a healthy fat, and can be a flavorful favorite. Just be wise of what you use to dip. Traditional potato chips are a no-go. Try fresh veggies or baked chips.
Super Bowl Menu Losers
- Chicken Wings- Wings are some of the worst food you can gobble on game day. If you absolutely can’t stay away, opt for the baked version, and stick with just 5.
- Chips- Fried chips are an easy way to mindlessly eat hundreds of calories. Go with baked versions, or find a different crunchy snack like pickles or fresh veggies.
- Soda- Drinking your calories with a side of sugar is never a good way to go. The average soda has 39 grams of sugar in it. The American Heart Association recommends just 37 grams of sugar a day for men and only 25 a day for women. Play it safe and stick with water.
No matter who wins or loses the game, you can be a winner if you keep in mind these Super Bowl eats. Of course, if you find yourself indulging in a “losing” food (or two, or three…) don’t worry! Try to take just a few bites of the things you really love and skip the full plate.
Super Bowl Sunday kicks off on February 2nd at 3:30PM. While we don’t yet know the winner, we can decidedly say there’s no competition when it comes to your food distribution and delivery in Fort Worth and Dallas.
Dallas Courier is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, including weekends and holidays. Our winning couriers are professional, uniformed, bonded and insured- not to mention, ready to move your time and temperature sensitive food items in as little as 45 minutes. Contact us here on our webpage or call us at 972.680.8000 today!